A bicycle is a vehicle.
A bicycle rider is a “driver.”
A bicyclist has all the rights to the road that a motor vehicle driver has.
A bicyclist on a sidewalk or crosswalk has the rights and duties of a pedestrians, but pedestrians have right of way and you have to warn of your approach.
If you break a traffic law for bicycles (Section 316.2065) you can get a penalty.
Ride with the traffic — you’re a car, believe it or not.
Cars can’t cross sidewalks out of parking lots without giving the people (and bikes) on the sidewalk right of way.
You got to follow the traffic laws.
Awwww man, no MP3 player? Nope.
I want to look at my date’s bathing suit while I ride, can I ride next to him or her? Sure, as long as you are not impeding traffic. If that’s the case, (and it usually always is) Single file only.
Man that is a cool fixed gear bike… But it still needs a brake.
Tell them to watch out when they open the doors!